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REAL660: Getting schooled in entrepreneurship - Webisode 2

Apr 19, 2013
Entrepreneurial Spirit

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The Smith School is committed to offering entrepreneurship courses and weaving innovative thinking throughout the curriculum for all students. Case in point: “REAL660,” (#Real660), an MBA course that has students creating and running real businesses in a seven-week class.

You can watch the drama unfold in a multi-part video series we’ll feature here for the next five weeks as part of our Innovation Fridays coverage.

REAL660 is short and sweet. Students have just seven weeks to start a business, launch it and turn a profit, all while surviving a series of challenges set by Professor Brent Goldfarb.

Check out the previous episode:

REAL660: Webisode 1
April 12, 2013

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